In this week’s episode, Nourishing the Planet research intern, Elena Davert, introduces a counter-intuitive method of cleaning water. In 2004 Peter Njodzeka founded the Life and Water Development Group Cameroon (LWDGC) with a rather simple goal…
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What’s Important to Remember Sept. 11, Rastafari New Years Day, are the Words of Ras Tafari Himself — by NormanB (“Deviations from the Norm”)
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In February 2010, writer Fred Bahnson interviewed Gary Paul Nabhan, a lecturer, food and farming advocate, folklorist, and conservationist who lives and farms in the U.S. Southwest. Nabhan discusses climate change, the links between scale and sustainability in food production, and the need to bridge the urban/rural divide in agriculture. Original published on the Worldwatch Institute’s Nourishing the Planet
|By: nourishingtheplanet Friday July 23, 2010 11:13 am|
Welcome to the Nourishing the Planet project diary on FireDogLake. As world hunger numbers top 1 billion, we are reporting from on the ground in sub-Saharan Africa to both inform global efforts to eradicate hunger and raise the profile of these efforts. Meeting with farmers, farmers groups, NGO’s, journalists, funders, and policy makers, the Nourishing the Planet is assessing the state of agricultural innovations—from cropping methods to irrigation technology to agricultural policy—and highlighting the all too often untold stories of hope and success.
|By: borderjumpers Wednesday June 16, 2010 10:02 am|
Cross posted from Worldwatch Institute’s Nourishing the Planet.
|By: borderjumpers Wednesday June 2, 2010 11:34 am|
This is two parts from a five-part series of our visit with the Ecumenical Association for Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development and the projects they support in southern Ghana. Cross posted from Worldwatch Institute’s Nourishing the Planet.
|By: borderjumpers Tuesday June 1, 2010 9:00 am|
This is the first in a five-part series of my visit with the Ecumenical Association for Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development and the projects they support in southern Ghana. Cross posted from Worldwatch Institute’s Nourishing the Planet blog.